Were the deaths in the Laredo Bus Crash caused by unlaminated glass?

8 Dead, 44 injured in Charter Bus Crash in Texas

Saturday’s crash has hit the news and it is still in question what exactly caused the tragic bus crash. One thing we do know is all of the people that died were ejected from the vehicle, and there could be an explanation as to why.

The automotive and bus industry has been aware of the safety advantages that laminated glass provides by retaining occupants during rollovers. Automotive safety attorney, Brantley White, has pursued these claims against bus and automobile manufacturers. He has recovered millions of dollars for clients injured because of the failure to use available laminated glass. Using the safer laminated glass would have most likely kept these people from being ejected and killed.

Brantley White is an attorney with the Carlson Law Firm. The firm stands ready to help individuals with cases against both the busing company, the manufacturer of the bus and any others involved.

“Let’s make sure this does not continue to happen to others in Texas,” said Craig Carlson, Managing Partner of The Carlson Law Firm.

This bus did not have laminated glass. As you can see from the picture, the unlaminated glass did not stand a chance during crash, making it almost impossible for some people to not be ejected. Unfortunately, the individuals ejected in this particular crash did not survive.

The Carlson Law Firm is experienced in these cases and have fought for injured and killed individuals. If you or a loved one were injured or killed in a bus crash, contact our bus crash attorneys or visit our local office in Laredo, Texas.

Call (956) 712-2588 or 1-800-359-5690

for Texas Bus Crash Legal Help

The Carlson Law Firm Laredo Office
5112 McPherson, Suite 106
Laredo, TX 78041


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